Joe Prainito’s public ministry began at the ripe age of fifteen when he auditioned and secured a bass guitar position in a band by the name of Wickeds End. Joe went on to play with other such bands as the Glenn Rowlands Band, Fish Tribe, and eventually joined Redline.
Joe accepted a position at a local Hospice in Riverside, CA, which is where he is today. Joe states: “There was some opposition when I first stepped into the Hospice pastoral position because of my age, but as soon as I began to minister to the patients and families, I was always asked to return. The Lord had grace on me.” He continues to minister with Hospice today at the age of thirty-five, and believes the Lord still has great plans for his life to spread the word of God throughout the world. He resides in Southern California with his wife Dena and daughter Juliet. Discover more about him and his new book Identity at http://www.joeprainito.com.
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